Wine Festival 2023

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Table 1 | Wine Festival | Argentina | Bodegas Caro & Los Vascos [hidden]
Argentina, Chile

Bodegas Caro & Los Vascos

Bodegas Caro is a partnership between Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) and the Catena family, renowned wine families from France and Argentina respectively. Los Vascos is also part of the DBR-Lafite family and combines all that winemaking know-how with Chilean traditions.

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Table 2 | Wine Festival | Argentina | Bodega Norton [hidden]

Bodega Norton

Based in Mendoza, Bodega Norton are one of the most important wineries in Argentina, with an international reputation for their wines. Malbec lovers should make sure to check out Norton's Porteño Malbec through to the stunning Privada Malbec.

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Table 3 | Wine Festival | Australia | Longview Vineyards [hidden]

Longview Vineyards

Longview is a family-owned Australian vineyard just outside the historic township of Macclesfield in the Adelaide Hills. Set on undulating slopes, it has quickly established itself as one of the most awarded vineyards since its 2001 inaugural vintage.

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Table 4 | Wine Festival | Australia | O'Dwyer Wines [hidden]

O'Dwyer Wines

Tipperary native Donal O’Dwyer and his wife Judith are custodians of mature Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Shiraz vineyards in Clare Valley, South Australia. Their meticulous attention to detail results in stunningly concentrated, elegant wines.

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Table 5 | Wine Festival | Australia | Penfolds [hidden]


Established in 1844, this iconic Australian brand has been instrumental in putting Australia on the wine map. From historic vineyards to highly respected winemakers making highly accoladed wines, innovation has long been at Penfolds' core.

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Table 6 | Wine Festival | Chile | Leyda Wines [hidden]

Leyda Wines

Viña Leyda in Chile's Leyda Valley is influenced by the cool Pacific ocean breezes and excels in growing aromatic Sauvignon Blanc and crisp Chardonnay. Pinot Noir also loves the climate here and the single vineyard Las Brisas is well worth checking out.

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Table 7 | Wine Festival | Chile | Emiliana [hidden]


Founded in 1986, Emiliana Winery is Chile's leading organic wine producer and, in addition to farming their grapes organically, the estate runs housing projects and education programmes. Make sure to check out the iconic Coyam from this renowned winery.

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Table 8 | Wine Festival | France | Alliance Wines [hidden]

Alliance Wines

Established in 2002, Alliance Loire is one of France’s very best and most modern co-operatives; today it encompasses eight wineries and 860 wine-growers situated in fine terroirs across several important winegrowing villages in the Loire Valley.

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Table 9 | Wine Festival | France | Ayala & Bollinger Champagne [hidden]

Ayala & Bollinger Champagne

Two famous houses, Champagne Ayala was founded in 1860 and is known for elegant, refined wines with a unique style. Champagne Bollinger, with vineyards in Grand Cru and Premier Cru locations, has been making powerful and complex wines since 1829.

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Table 10 | Wine Festival | France | Boisset - La Famille des Grands Vins [hidden]

Boisset - La Famille des Grands Vins

Boisset is a family-owned collection of more than 28 historic and prestigious wineries in the world’s pre-eminent terroirs, including the Côte d’Or, Napa Valley and Beaujolais. Each has its own unique history and style and produces fine terrior-driven wines.

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Table 11 | Wine Festival | France | Bordeaux Châteaux [hidden]

Bordeaux Châteaux

As one of Bordeaux’s oldest wine houses, the story of Schröder & Schÿler is bound up with that of the Bordeaux wine trade. Yann Schÿler is the owner of this historic Bordeaux house, and Caroline Artaud is the winemaker at Château Fourcas Hosten.

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Table 12 | Wine Festival | France | Cave de Lugny [hidden]

Cave de Lugny

One of the top Cave co-operatives in France, Cave de Lugny make the wines for over 90% of the Lugny appellation - so they know what they are about. The red wine selection also offers a chance to taste the best of both Northern and Southern Rhône Valley.

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Table 13 | Wine Festival | France | J.M. Cazes Selection [hidden]

J.M. Cazes Selection

As well as owning the famous Château Lynch Bages in Pauillac, the other estates from this important wine family are viewed as high-quality examples from their specific regions. This table represents a great opportunity to taste their award-winning range.

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Table 14 | Wine Festival | France | Charles & Piper Heidsieck [hidden]

Charles & Piper Heidsieck

The Charles Heidsieck Cellar Masters have been awarded “Best Sparkling Winemaker of the Year” at the International Wine Challenge no less than 12 times in 20 years. Piper Heidsieck were recently certified sustainable for their extensive vineyard and cellar work.

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Table 15 | Wine Festival | France | Château de Paraza [hidden]

Château de Paraza

Located in the Minervois, Château de Paraza has been owned by Annick and Pascal Danglas since 2005. The whole family gets involved in the winery and the estate has evolved greatly over the years with sustainable agriculture, new grape varieties and more.

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Table 16 | Wine Festival | France | Domaine Borie de Maurel [hidden]

Domaine Borie de Maurel

Borie de Maurel is a family-run estate in La Livinière and Michel Escande, owner and ex-sailor, manages the vineyards and makes the wines. The estate is farmed biodynamically and it uses horses for all its vineyard tasks.

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Table 17 | Wine Festival | France | Domaine Bougrier [hidden]

Domaine Bougrier

The family-owned Domaine Bougrier in the Loire is renowned for growing and making excellent quality Sauvignon Blanc. This winery, now run by the sixth generation, is an O'Briens customer favourite and the wine style perfectly represents the region.

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Table 18 | Wine Festival | France | Domaine La Sarabande [hidden]

Domaine La Sarabande

Based in Faugères, this charming estate is owned by an Irish wine goose Isla Gordon and her Australian winemaking husband Paul. After meeting and working together in New Zealand, they came back to Europe to create their own wines.

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Table 19 |Wine Festival | France | Domaines Regis Minet [hidden]

Domaines Regis Minet

Domaine Régis Minet is a boutique, 12 hectare estate located right in the heart of the Loire Valley. This long-standing family estate is now run by young winemaker Lucia Mineur-Billet and specialises in elegant wines.

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Table 20 | Wine Festival | France | Gérard Bertrand [hidden]

Gérard Bertrand

The renowned Gérard Bertrand has forged an international reputation for the wine growing estates and wines of the Languedoc region. Passionate about the local grape varieties and culture of the region of his birth, his wines are familiar to many wine lovers.

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Table 21 | Wine Festival | France | Henri Bourgeois [hidden]

Henri Bourgeois

The Bourgeois family are making some of the best wines in the Loire Valley. The grapes are grown on a combination of chalk, clay and limestone soils which are the perfect terroir for these elegant mineral-driven Sauvignon Blancs.

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Table 22 | Wine Festival | France | Kuentz-Bas & Domaine Duffour [hidden]

Kuentz-Bas & Domaine Duffour

Kuentz-Bas was founded in the Alsatian town of Husseren-les-Châteaux in 1795 and is now owned by 14th generation winemaker Jean-Baptiste Adam. Owned and run by the Duffour family, Domaine Duffour farms 70 hectares in the Gascony region in the southwest of France.

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Table 23 | Wine Festival | France | Laurent Miquel [hidden]

Laurent Miquel

Originally from Dublin, Irish woman Neasa Corish Miquel is now married to winemaker Laurent Miquel and living in France. One of the modern day wine geese, and the eighth generation of winemakers here, the family are making delicious red and white wines.

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Table 24 | Wine Festival | France | Les Grand Chais de France [hidden]

Les Grand Chais de France

A family company that was established over forty years ago, Les Grands Chais de France owns vineyards and has forged special partnerships with winegrowers. It is the biggest private winemaker in France and focuses on obtaining high quality wines.